ClinPhone opens Paris office

ClinPhone has opened its Paris office, further increasing its presence in this geographic region. The office opening was marked by an opening ceremony at Le Train Bleu, Place Louis Armand, Paris. The invitation-only event was attended by ClinPhone staff, clients and partners.

ClinPhone already has a number of large pharmaceutical clients based in France that have benefited from using ClinPhone's clinical technologies.

This new office will provide both its current and new customers within this region with a local point of contact.  

Damien Tremolet, director of Operations at ClinPhone, will lead the new office, which is centrally located in the business centre of the Gare de Lyon station in Paris, France. He will be supported by Jacques Rudelle, an associate director of Business Development at ClinPhone. 

A clear objective for ClinPhone has been to seek market opportunities and growth areas in Europe to specifically establish a first line physical presence. Having a local presence enables ClinPhone to provide increased face-to-face contact, trial consultations and expert advice in local languages.

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